Hundreds of CMS workers still need to be fingerprinted before school starts

New details on CMS pausing fingerprinting of employees

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools students go back to school in just days and hundreds of district employees still have not gone through fingerprinting.

There are still more than 1,300 CMS employees who need to be fingerprinted by the start of classes.

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Channel 9 just received the latest numbers from the district at its yearly symposium at the Charlotte Convention Center.

>> In the video at the top of this page, Channel 9’s Anthony Kustura explains what will happen to all those employees in limbo when they’re supposed to report to work.